Deportation Is The Law

The overwhelming majority of illegal immigrants are not bad people. They were seduced to the US illegally by bigoted Democrats in a benefits-for-loyalty scheme, while many in the GOP stood idly by because it meant cheap labor for their crony friends. I’ve written about this in the past and you can read more about it here.

Today I’m writing exclusively about deportation.

Why do John Kasich, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush insist that the United States cannot enforce it’s own immigration laws?

Why do John Kasich, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush insist that Hispanic people cannot obey US immigration laws, and therefore need a pass?

How do John Kasich, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush expect to have borders or an immigration system, if “deportation” is not on the table?

Kasich, Rubio, Bush and their supporters like Alfonso Aguilar — who have infiltrated the GOP just like illegal immigrants have infiltrated the US electorate — say that we should only actually deport felons. This is impressively, aggressively stupid. The felons are the ones we should imprison, because deporting them is basically giving them a get-out-of-jail-free card. By deporting the felons, we kick them out and then they come right back in and continue committing crimes. We need to imprison the felons — and as far as I’m concerned, with this conversation where it is now, we can start with imprisoning them forever. For where we are right now, let the message ring out: Just lock them up and throw away the key. Spare me your crocodile tears. These people came to our great nation, defrauded us and hurt hard-working, tax-paying Americans? Forget them. They can rot in prison forever.

It’s the ones whose “only crime” was coming to the US illegally who should be deported. If we don’t do that, if we don’t exercise that…then what is the difference between the Kasich/Rubio/Bush/Clinton view on “enforcement” — and open borders? There isn’t a difference. It’s the exact same thing. We’re basically saying, “Yes you can come to the US illegally. But if we catch you, then you’re going to stay!”

This is an absurd tack that far too many not only assert, but insist on.

What’s crazy — John Kasich and Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio — is implying that Hispanics lack the intellect and/or integrity to obey US immigration laws…and therefore need a pass.

What’s crazy — John Kasich and Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio — is saying that the US is too stupid or inept to enforce it’s own immigration laws…and therefore must not even try to do so.

What’s crazy — John Kasich and Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio — is saying that we should have borders and immigration laws but that we’re not allowed to deport people who cross our borders illegally and break our immigration laws.

What’s crazy — John Kasich and Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio — is saying that the only people we can or should deport are the ones who are the most dangerous and also the most likely to laugh at your deportation and come right back in to continue committing felonies.

I don’t know if they think they’re being politically expedient because they’re too stupid or scared to stop segregating voters by race and/or ethnicity and thus fear losing “the Hispanic vote” — or if they truly believe that by lowering the bar for people based on race and/or ethnicity, they’re doing something “loving” and somehow helping people. No matter what their thinking, they’re dead wrong.

Yes, we can enforce our immigration laws.

Yes, ‘deportation’ is what happens when you come to our nation illegally.

Yes, we can and should be talking about that very loudly right now so that those here illegally now and those planning to come illegally tomorrow will understand that our nation will no longer be a doormat.

Yes, we can and should call Democrats out for their historically-consistent bigotry that has created this mess.

No, we shouldn’t imply that Hispanics lack the intellect and/or integrity to obey our immigration laws and therefore need a pass.

No, we shouldn’t let people say that because we oppose illegal immigration we therefore oppose all immigration.

No, we shouldn’t let our party be infiltrated by single-issue “Republicans” like Alfonso Aguilar who demand we give amnesty to illegal immigrants.

The only illegal immigrants we should not deport are the felons, because they’re the most dangerous and most likely to come right back in and commit more felonies. If you oppose deporting all other illegal immigrants — all of them — then you’re either a bigot or stupid.

We are a nation of laws.

We are a nation with borders.

We can enforce our laws.

Crossing our borders illegally is against the law.

You do get deported when you do that.

This is very simple stuff, and it’s no surprise that cronies like John Kasich, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Ana Navarro and Alfonso Aguilar can’t grasp it. If I have to quote the left to make you understand, then I will: “Every other civilized country deports illegals. Why can’t we!?”


  1. Well done. All we have to do enforce the laws we already have and we would be at least on the road to some stability.

    Recently, Cruz authored a new bill that is supposed to “help border agents and ICE do their jobs.” I picked apart the bill piece by piece. It’s nothing more than we already have except for a few new little frills. Stupid, just stupid. Why waste time on something like this when what we have could work if enforced properly? What Cruz did was just a miniscule and feeble rewrite. And a grandstanding move of course since it’s election time. If I can find it I will send.

    Hey I don’t check email for replies but you can catch me on Twtter. Looks like I am going to have some fun reading here.



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